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Powell House

Various buildings on the National Register of Historic Places by state: Powell-Brookshire-Parker Farm, Ellerbe, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Richmond County David Powell House, Beaver, Utah, listed on the NRHP-listed in Beaver County Hen ...

Ancho Reyes

Ancho Reyes is a brand of chile liqueur produced in Puebla City, Mexico, based on a 1927 recipe from the same city. The liqueur is made from and named after Pueblas renowned ancho chiles, a dried form of ripe poblano peppers. The company produces ...

Betsy Ross (disambiguation)

Betsy Ross was an American woman who is said to have sewn the first American flag. Betsy Ross may also refer to: TS Betsy Ross, a cruise ship, originally built as TS Leda Betsy Ross film, a 1917 American silent historical film Golden Girl Timely ...

Dominador Ilio

Dominador" Dom” Ibarra Ilio was a poet and professor born in Malinao, Capiz. He is considered a pioneer of Philippine literature in English as a recognized poet and author both in the Philippines and in the United States. He was an engineer by pr ...

John J. OConnor (Brooklyn politician)

John was born on June 14, 1855 in Ireland, immigrating to Brooklyn as a child. He came from County Donegal. After graduating from St James School, he was employed first as a bookkeeper and later as a wine merchant. In 1889, John was elected to th ...

Thomas Corrigan

Thomas Corrigan may refer to: Tom Corrigan jockey 1854–1894, Australian Hall of Fame jockey Thomas Corrigan transit executive, owner of company that had the franchise to operate one of Kansas Citys early Streetcar systems Thomas C. Corrigan born ...

Joffre (disambiguation)

Joseph Joffre was a Marshal of France, Commander-in-Chief of French forces during World War I. Joffre may also refer to: Joffre cake, a cake named after the marechal Joffres pipistrelle Joffre-class aircraft carrier and French aircraft carrier Jo ...

Old Glory (disambiguation)

Old Glory is a common nickname for the flag of the United States, bestowed by William Driver. Old Glory may also refer to: "Old Glory" King of the Hill, an episode of the TV show, King of the Hill Old Glory, Texas, an unincorporated community in ...

1984–85 WKU Lady Toppers basketball team

The 1984–85 WKU Lady Toppers basketball team represents Western Kentucky University during the 1984–85 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Lady Toppers were led by head coach Paul Sanderford and WKU all-time leading scorer Lillie Mason. ...

1985–86 WKU Lady Toppers basketball team

The 1985–86 WKU Lady Toppers basketball team represents Western Kentucky University during the 1985–86 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Lady Toppers were led by head coach Paul Sanderford and Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year Li ...

Texas Star (disambiguation)

Texas Star is a Ferris wheel at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas, US. Texas Star, Texas star, or Texas Stars may also refer to: Texas star, an alternative common name for the flowering plant Lindheimera texana Texas star fungus Texas star, a common name ...

WebBank

WebBank is a Utah-based industrial bank, with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. As an industrial bank, it is regulated and overseen by the Utah Department of Financial Institutions and the FDIC. WebBank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Steel P ...

Salisbury House

Salisbury House or Salisbury Farm and variations may refer to: in Canada Salisbury House Canada, a restaurant chain in England Salisbury House, Edmonton, a late 16th/early 17th century building in Edmonton, London Cecil House, the London home of ...

George Rogers Clark (disambiguation)

George Rogers Clark was an American military officer on the northwestern frontier during the American Revolutionary War. George Rogers Clark may also refer to: George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge Bust of George Rogers Clark, a 1985 bust by David ...

Martha Boneta

Martha Boneta is an American policy advisor, commentator, and farmer who is known for her role in the passage of a landmark right-to-farm law in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She was featured in the 2015 documentary film Farming in Fear.

GOCA

GOCA can refer to the following: Guaranteed Organic Certification Agency, USDA-accredited organic certification organization Gigabit over Coax Access, a network technology based on the Multimedia over Coax Alliance standard Gallery of Contemporar ...

USCGC Buttonwood (WLB-306)

USCGC Buttonwood was a Mesquite-class sea-going buoy tender operated by the United States Coast Guard. She served in World War II as well as a variety of domestic missions. After decommissioning she was acquired by the Dominican Republic Navy and ...

Haile Salaam

Haile Salaam, known professionally as XanMan, is an American rapper from Landover, Maryland. He gained significant attention in 2019 with his single "Gucci Down". XanMan has worked with a number of other Maryland rappers including his cousin Yung ...

Automotive Video Association

The Automotive Video Association, more commonly referred to as the AVA, is a partnership of prominent YouTube video journalists who cover the automotive industry. Founded in 2017, they reach more than 500 million viewers per year. The organizatio ...

Kali Nicole Gross

Kali Nicole Gross is an American historian. She is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of History at Rutgers University. She is also a Distinguished Lecturer of the Organization of American Historians, and the 2019–2021 National Publications Di ...

Clive Wynne

Clive D. L. Wynne is a British-Australian ethologist specializing in the behavior of dogs and their wild relatives. He has worked in the United States, Australia, and Europe, and is currently based at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. He was ...

Maria-Florina Balcan

Maria-Florina Balcan is a Romanian computer scientist whose research concerns algorithms for machine learning, including active learning and kernel methods, and algorithmic game theory, including random-sampling mechanisms and envy-free pricing. ...

Wonpil Im

Wonpil Im, Ph.D., is professor of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering at the Lehigh University and has been named the Presidential Endowed Chair in Health Science and Engineering. He has previously taught at University of Kansas. Wonpil Im has ...

Temple Israel

Temple Israel may refer to the following synagogues: Canada: Temple Israel Ottawa United States: Temple Israel Kinston, North Carolina Congregation Temple Israel Creve Coeur, Missouri Temple Israel Boston, Massachusetts Temple Israel Memphis, Ten ...

Temple Owls football during World War I

The Temple Owls football program was disrupted for five years due to the United States participation in World War I and its aftermath. During the 1917 season, Temples football team compiled a 0–6–1 record with all six losses resulting from games ...

Mount Temple

Mount Temple can have the following meanings: Temple Mount, a religious site in the Old City of Jerusalem SS Mount Temple, a ship owned by Canadian Pacific Lines, which was near the RMS Titanic at the time of its sinking. Baron Mount Temple, a ti ...

St. Matthews Episcopal Church

St. Matthews Episcopal Church may refer to: In the United States ordered by state and city St. Matthews Episcopal Church Hallowell, Maine, an Episcopal church in Hallowell, Maine St. Matthews Episcopal Church Waimanalo, Hawaii, an Episcopal churc ...

Calvary Episcopal Church

Calvary Episcopal Church may refer to: In the United States Calvary Episcopal Church Memphis, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Tennessee Calvary Cathedral Sioux Falls, South Dakota Calvary Episcopal Church Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Calvary Episcop ...

Fiver

Fiver may refer to: A United States five-dollar bill An Australian five-dollar note When a cricket bowler gets five wickets in a single inning A British five-pound note A five-euro note A common slang term for A Canadian five-dollar bill Fiver se ...

We Go Together (disambiguation)

We Go Together is the first studio album by American country music artists George Jones and Tammy Wynette 1971. We Go Together may also refer to: "We Go Together", song written by Sammy Lyons, Danny Walls, Norris Wilson from the album We Go Toget ...

Dunham

Dunham House, near Kempton, Indiana Dunham Laboratory, Collegiate Gothic building on the campus of Yale University, gift of Austin C. Dunham Great Dunham, Norfolk, England Little Dunham, Norfolk, England Dunham Castle at Oaklawn Farm, Dunham Wood ...

Harry Humphrey Moore

Harry Humphrey Moore was an American painter; best known for his works depicting Japan, Spain and North Africa.

Jenifer Sang Eun Park

Jenifer Sang Eun Park is a Korean American author. Originally from Denver, CO, she currently lives in Tuscaloosa, AL where she is an Instructor at the University of Alabama. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama and ...

Hostage (Billie Eilish song)

Hostage is a song by American singer Billie Eilish and is the final track from her debut EP Dont Smile at Me. Written by Eilish and her brother Finneas OConnell, and produced by the latter. The song was certified Platinum in the United States and ...

Pine Grove

Pinegrove, a community in McNab/Braeside Pine Grove Public School, Oakville, Ontario Pine Grove, Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, in southwestern Woodbridge, Ontario Pine Grove, a community in Lanark Highlands, Ontario Pine Grove, a commun ...

Grant County

Australia County of Grant, Victoria United States Grant County, Kansas Grant County, Kentucky Grant County, Wisconsin Grant County, New Mexico Grant County, North Dakota Grant County, Oregon Grant County, Washington Grant County, Oklahoma Grant C ...

E. Wayne Craven

E. Wayne Craven was an American art historian. He was a professor at the University of Delaware, and "a noted authority on 19th century American art."

Old Bloomington High School

The Old Bloomington High School is a historic high school building at 510 E. Washington Street in Bloomington, Illinois. Opened in 1917, the building replaced another high school building from 1895, which was one of several buildings used for the ...

St. Adele

St. Adele is a saint from Germany. She became a nun after her husbands death, after making provisions for her son, who became the father of St. Gregory of Utrecht. She founded a convent in Trier in West Germany and became its first abbess, "rulin ...

MoCoSnow

MoCoSnow is an American forecasting service that specializes in predicting closings and delays for Montgomery County, Maryland Public Schools. The service is notable for its use of a pencil prediction rating system to simplify the presentation of ...

Brigid Kemmerer

Brigid Kemmerer is an American author of young adult fiction. Kemerer was born in Omaha, Nebraska. She worked in the finance industry before becoming a full-time writer. Her book A Curse So Dark and Lonely, an adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, ...

David H. Bayley

David H. Bayley was an American political scientist who taught at the University of Denver and the State University of New York at Albany. He authored 18 books, and he became a "policing research pioneer."

Jay Williams

Jay Williams may refer to: Jay Williams guitarist/composer, British musician Jay Williams author 1914–1978, author of childrens books Jay Williams footballer born 2000, English footballer for Northampton Town Jay Williams Medal of Honor 1872–1938 ...

Stars of Jazz

Stars of Jazz was an American television program that ran between 1956 and 1958 and featured performances and interviews with many leading jazz performers of the time. The innovative program started on KABC-TV in Los Angeles in June 1956. It was ...

Corinne Mucha

Corinne Mucha is a Chicago based cartoonist, illustrator, and teaching artist. Her comics work includes the Xeric funded "My Alaskan Summer," the Ignatz award winning "The Monkey in the Basement and Other Delusions," and the young adult graphic n ...

The Last 48 Hours of Kurt Cobain

The Last 48 Hours of Kurt Cobain is a 2006 BBC documentary about the last hours of the life of Kurt Cobain who was the front man of American grunge band Nirvana.

Encyclopedia Cthulhiana

Encyclopedia Cthulhiana is a 400-page book by Daniel Harms that contains an alphabetized listing of entities, cults and lore from H.P. Lovecrafts Cthulhu Mythos that were published during the twentieth century. Sources include works by Ramsey Cam ...

The Road from Coorain (book)

The Road from Coorain is a 1989 memoir by Jill Ker Conway. The Road from Coorain was the first in Conways trilogy of memoirs. True North 1994 is the story of her immigration to America in pursuit of intellectual fulfilment and a Harvard PhD in hi ...

Skull Island (disambiguation)

Skull Island The Curse of Monkey Island, in the 1997 video game The Curse of Monkey Island Kong: Skull Island, 2017 American film Skull Island Braindead, in the 1992 film Braindead Skull Island: Reign of Kong, attraction at Universals Islands of ...

Magnetic (disambiguation)

Magnetic, a 2017 song by Chloe Howl Magnetic, a 1983 song by Earth, Wind & Fire Magnetic Terence Blanchard album, released in 2013; or the title track Magnetic Goo Dolls album, released in 2013 Magnetic film, a 2015 science-fiction film